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LIZ’S LETTER • There’s this thing that a lot of people who play golf do.…
The Art of Healthy Optimism
Level Up Your Sweat • It’s common to hit a point where strength training becomes a little…repetitive, and not in a good way. First, do a targeted form check for a few days to make sure your technique is correct and you’re getting the max out of the moves, says Susane Pata, CPT. That way, you’ll know if you just need to zero in a bit (vs. change everything). Nailing it? Cool, a few ideas for you.
Main Squeeze • Yuzu—the prized East Asian citrus with a pucker-inducing kick—is in season during the fall and winter (read: rn!). While the fresh fruit can be tough to score, there’s a cool crew of products that showcase its seriously tart flavor and supercharged nutrients.
Mastering the Mind • ARE YOU MEDITATING OR JUST MINDFUL? BOTH ARE AWESOME—AND THEY DIFFER.
Early Slow Dance • Dancing With the Stars judge Carrie Ann Inaba does her best to reserve three hours for a robust (!) a.m. routine. Through journaling, intentional movement, and a lush skin-care regimen, she nourishes her body and brain before facing the day. We give her dedication a perfect 10.
Breathing Room • If you deal with allergies or asthma, you know an air purifier can make inhales and exhales easy-breezy. The portable appliance purges tons of irritants such as dust, pollen, and bacteria. Fewer sniffes and itchy throats aside, maintaining indoor air quality may help stave off respiratory conditions, heart disease, and even cancer long-term. To score these benefits, know how to get the most from your machine.…
Spot Check • Acne was in major need of a rebrand, and, thankfully, it got one, with new treatments, elevated products, and a total shift in the way we even see pimples. Hurrah!
Go With the Flow • Would you say you’re the get-in-and-get-it-done type or more of a lather-and-linger lady? We curated products to complement any shower personality.
Beauty MVPs • The WH team selected and sweat-tested the best products for your active lifestyle.
Wide-Awake Eyes • An abbreviated night of sleep doesn’t have to stifle your glow. Try these expert-approved tricks when you’re existing on empty.
Skin’s New Solution to Aging • NEW EMFACE IS CHANGING THE WAY WE AGE.
“I want people to celebrate and respect their bodies” • Professor and image researcher Phillippa Diedrichs is determined to reframe the way we think about our appearance—and her work with some of the biggest brands in the world may do just that.
Support Science • The latest and greatest sports bras meld style and research so you can perform at your peak. How go-to brands are rethinking innovation—and changing everything.
Heavy Hitter • Work muscles head to toe with variations on the devil press—a challenging (and fun) compound exercise.
“You can be successful even with mental struggles” • Diagnosed with ADHD at 32, Sohee Lee Carpenter, CSCS, a fitness coach, creator of Sohee Fit, and WH advisor, discovered that her symptoms helped her create smarter programming, so she and her clients are stronger.
Sizzle Starters • The oil aisle is stocked…and overwhelming. We spill the deets on what to look for—think: flavor, nutrition, and cooking tips. Answers to your burning Qs, now!
SLICK JARGON • WH decodes some of the vocab you’ll find on the bottle.
Free Spirits • BOOZE-LESS...